Controversial speaker Milo Yiannopoulous has been invited to speak at UC Berkeley on Wednesday night, February 1. This statement is in response.
Trenton, NJ – A diverse array of over 30 New Jersey labor, faith, community and environmental organizations today announced the launch of a new coalition, Jersey Renews, to press current and future state leaders to increase dramatically New Jersey’s commitment to fighting climate change. They released a statement at a State House press conference calling for action by the state in a number of areas.
The CEOs from 19 leading environmental and conservation organizations together came out today to oppose the nomination of Scott Pruitt for administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and agree that someone who denies the effects of climate change and actively fights against clean air and water regulations is not fit for the job.
On Wednesday, January 25th, the founding partners of Jersey Renews will be speaking at the State House about the urgency of climate change and the importance of action by our state’s current and future leaders. As part of our public launch, we will be discussing the key components of our policy platform created to reduce emissions, bolster clean energy, and create green jobs.
This order doesn’t change the facts that pipelines spill and that these projects put the drinking water of millions at risk. This order also ignores the public process and environmental review that have stopped these pipelines in their tracks.
President Trump is in for a huge surprise if he thinks Americans will allow him to reverse years of progress for our water, air, and public health.
(Jan 18, 2017, Oakland, California)—The California Division of Oil Gas and Geothermal Resources (DOGGR) announced yesterday that it plans to halt oil and gas wastewater and enhanced oil recovery injection in 475 oil wells, but that it will continue allowing the industry to inject directly into federally protected aquifers at 1650 wells.
The decision jeopardizes future drinking water sources, as it allows continued injection activities into non-exempt aquifers that meet the federal standard for an underground source of drinking water.
Scott Pruitt's pay-for-play politics are a direct threat to our water, air and climate. The Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency must be guided by science - not campaign contributions from big polluters.
LANSING, Mich. – As Gov. Snyder touted signing comprehensive overhaul of Michigan’s energy laws at his State of the State address, Clean Water Action called on the Governor to do more to protect the health of Michigan families and make sure all Michiganders have clean air to breathe and clean water to drink.
LANSING — Following today’s Consensus Revenue Estimating Conference, grassroots community organizations released the following statements.